Many year 6 pupil of Salfords Primary School in Redhill were excited to go on their first school trip of the new year since Covid-19 struck to Chessington World of Adventures for one of their previous topics that they had studied in school.

Thursday 15th of September was a fun day for year 6 pupils because it was their first trip of the new academic year and it was spent at Chessington focusing on the forces and how they help with the rides at the park. They arrived at Chessington full of joy with their class teachers and the staff of Chessington waited expectedly and patiently for them. They undertook many workshops in Chessington on forces, which was one of their year 5 topics which they studied, and went on many of the rides there, which they all enjoyed greatly.

Sochima Nweze, the pupil in the picture who went to Chessington, said, "It was an amazing school trip and I had lots of fun with my friends at the theme park."

Both staff at Chessington and their teachers were amazed and pleased at how they composed themselves in public and that they were great ambassadors for the school. All of the students knew how to behave themselves whilst still having lots of excitment for the activities that they undertook during the day.

They then left Chessington and rode the coach back to school where they were fizzling up with joy with the amount of fun that they had that day.